Homicide: Prince George, B.C.
Seven murders gave the city top spot in 2010, well above the national rate. Prince George, B.C., consistently has a high homicide rate: in 2009, its rate was 121 per cent above the national rate, exactly where it was in 2000. On the bright side, for whatever reason -- vigilant policing, circumstance, and maybe some luck -- at this time the city hasn't recorded a single murder in 2011.
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- Canada's most dangerous city: Prince George, B.C.
- Canada's most dangerous cities: Vancouver's crackdown on crime is paying off
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